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BOWL NOTEBOOK: Will Beavs run in Hawaii?

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CORVALLIS – Will OSU, similar to what they did against Oregon, look to run the ball more when it comes to face off against Boise State in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl? BF.C asked offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf about that and more in this bowl game notebook..

The Broncos can blitz the daylights out of an opponent if given the opportunity. And Langsdorf said the OSU ground game could be the ticket to success against a stern Boise State front seven. "You got to be able to crease them a little bit on some of that stuff," Langsdorf said Sunday. "I think that when you are able to do that and hit some of those runs it's a big deal, because it opens up a lot...

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